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武汉/哪个医院治宫颈糜烂好武汉/新洲区四维彩超哪家医院最好的OK... Then... OK... take this speech and set it to music. Maybe inserts some crazy, kooky graphic. Star in that yourself, post it on the web, and if it becomes a viral sensation, youll be equal to any cat playing with a paper bag, any set of twin toodlers talking gibberish to each other, as popular as a cute girl who says about Fridays, hey, you could be the next Sam Tsui.或者,把我的演说影片配上音乐,加几个好笑的插画,让自己成为影片主角,放到网络上,如果能吸引网友争相点阅,那么,你就会像那只玩纸袋的猫、像那两个蹒跚学步的双胞胎小儿一样,像那个说“星期五”的漂亮女孩一样瞬间暴红。嘿,你甚至可以成为下个徐山姆!Such are just one of the possibilities in our brave new world, the world you now inherit whether you like it or not.这就是我们勇敢的新世界的可能性之一,也正是你们即将接手、继承的世界。无论你喜不喜欢。The jig is up, the clock has run out and the Future, with a capital F, now rests with all of you, in your goofy hats, and all because you went to Yale.时候已经到了。这个世界的未来发展,就取决于你们要怎么做,因为你们念了耶鲁大学。You are now the anointed!你们重任在肩!The Charge Holders!你们面临挑战!The best and brightest!你们极具天赋!Each of you is shining hope for our nation in the world. You are the new wizards who can finally make sense of all the deltavectors and square-roots and divided-bys and the theorem that we call the human race.你们中的每个人都是我们国家未来的希望星火,你们将把我们视作人类高级智慧的那些三角向量、平方根、加减乘除和数理明题赋予意义。The generations before you came with to count a job-now its your turn, welcome! You know I once had a friend who had a rich uncle who promised to pay for his college as long as my friend wished to stay in school, ;You should stay in school just as long as you can,; the rich uncle said, ;because when you get out of college, youve gotta work everyday for the rest of your life.; And you all will come to understand what that rich uncle meant, just as surely as you someday wonder where the hell you put your ing glasses, and to yell on your kids to turn that damn music down.先人已经赋予你们新的使命,现在轮到你们接下挑战。我曾经认识一位朋友,他有一个很富有的叔叔,他的叔叔承诺只要他想在学校待着,他就会一直为他付学费。他叔叔说,“你应该尽可能地待在学校里,因为你一出校门,工作便是你每一天都推不掉的事情。”当你有一天找不着你的眼镜,冲你的孩子们大喊着把那该死的音乐弄小点声时,你们能深刻体会那位有钱叔叔的意思。注:Sam Tsui,徐山姆,耶鲁亚裔学生,在2011年利用分镜软件,拍摄自己和五个分身合唱迈克尔·杰克逊歌曲的短片,因而大受欢迎。 201406/305616武汉/江夏区无痛人流哪家医院最好的 There, thats a C-pop mixtape that you can check out.你们可以看到,这是一盘华流混音录音带。I was gonna burn you all CDs, but my publicist reminded me lovingly that that would be illegal and because Im a professional recording artist. I shouldnt do that.我想要给你们所有人烧盘的,但是我的宣传员很善意地提醒我那是非法的,因为我是一个职业的唱片歌手,我不可以这么做。But actually the links work out nicely because you get to see the music s as well on a lot of these songs.不过这些链接都有用,你可以看这些音乐视频以及这些歌曲。These ten songs are songs that I love, and ten different Chinese artists to start you off on getting to know and love Chinese pop, and I think these guys are awesome and I hope you do too.这十首我爱的歌曲,十位不同的华语歌手,他们会开启你认识和爱上华语流行歌曲的路程。我认为这些人很棒,我希望你们也这样认为。I just want to wrap up by saying that being here on the Oxford campus really makes me nostalgic for my days at Williams.最后我想说,在这里,在牛津校园真的让我想起了过去在威廉姆斯的日子。And when I look back on those four years, some of my fondest memories are spending time with my roommates.当我回顾这四年,我最喜欢的记忆就是和我的室友度过的时光。Stefan Papaioannou and Jason Price.司特芬·帕佩约阿鲁和杰森·普莱斯。In fact Jason is here in the audience today, and made a special trip from London just to see me.其实杰森今天来了,他从伦敦特地赶来就是为了看我。And I suppose in the beginning we were strangers. who didnt know much about each other.我想在最初我们是陌生人,对对方了解不多。And sometimes we did compete for the shower and there were times we did intrude on each others privacy.有时还抢着洗澡,也有侵犯对方隐私的时候。But Ive always loved listening to Stefans stories, about growing up in a Greek family and his opinions on what authentic Greek food really was.但是我一直喜欢听司特芬讲故事,讲他成长在一个希腊家庭和对于什么是真正的希腊食物的看法。Or Jasons stories, about wanting to make violins and to live in Cremona, Italy like Antonio Stradivari, and he did do that.或者杰森的故事,说他想成为一个小提琴制造者,去意大利的克雷莫纳,就像安东尼奥·斯特拉迪瓦里那样,而最后他做到了。And I will never forget many years later, when I played a Jason Price handmade violin for the first time, and how that felt.我永远不会忘记,多年后我第一次演奏杰森·普莱斯手造的小提琴时,那种感觉。They were always attentive and respectful, when I told them what it was like for me, growing up in a Chinese household with strict parents who made me study.他们总是很照顾人,尊重人,当我给他们讲我的故事,在中国人的家庭中长大,有非常严格的父母,总是让我学习。So we shared stories, but the strongest bonds between us were formed, just sitting around and listening to music together.这就是分享故事,但是我们之间最强烈的纽带,是仅仅坐在一起 听音乐的时候结成的。And I really do see that as a model for East and West.我认为这真的是东西方之间的一种模式。So thats why I want to share Chinese music with you today.这就是我今天分享中文歌曲的原因。because its the best way I know how to create the lasting friendships that transcends all barriers, and allow us to know each other truly, authentically and just as we are.因为我所知道的建立长久友谊,跨越一切障碍,让我们坦诚相见的最好方式就是音乐。Thank you.谢谢。201507/386952And we managed to boil it down to nine.我们试图归结为九点In fact weve done two more Blue Zone expeditions since this其实在这次蓝区远征前and these common denominators hold true.我们已经调查了两个蓝区And the first one,第一个and Im about to utter a heresy here,我想说个异端邪说,none of them exercise,他们谁都不运动at least the way we think of exercise.至少是我们认为的运动方式。Instead, they set up their lives反而建立他们的生活so that they are constantly nudged into physical activity.以便常常进行体力伙动。These 100-year-old Okinawan women这些100岁的冲绳女人are getting up and down off the ground, they sit on the floor,在地上上来下去,30 or 40 times a day.每天坐地上30到40次。Sardinians live in vertical houses, up and down the stairs.撒丁岛人居住在垂直房屋里,上下楼梯Every trip to the store, or to church每次去商店,教堂或朋友家里or to a friends house occasions a walk.都走上片刻。They dont have any conveniences.没有任何方便性。There is not a button to push to do yard work or house work.做打扫工作和家务没有按钮一按则使用。If they want to mix up a cake, theyre doing it by hand.如果想做蛋糕,就自己动手。Thats physical activity.这就是是体力劳动。?That burns calories just as much as going on the tmill does.这个燃烧的热量和跑步机上消耗的一样。When they do do intentional physical activity,进行惯常体力运动,its the things they enjoy. They tend to walk,是他们享受这些事情的时候。他们常常步行,the only proven way to stave off cognitive decline,这被明是防止认知降低的唯一方法,and they all tend to have a garden.并且他们人人有花园。They know how to set up their life in the right way他们知道如何安排生活so they have the right outlook.因此有正确的观点。Each of these cultures take time to downshift.每种文化都不慌不忙地变换。The Sardinians pray. The Seventh-Day Adventists pray.撒丁岛人祈祷。再生论者也祈祷。The Okinawans have this ancestor veneration.冲绳人有祖先祭拜的规约。But when youre in a hurry or stressed out,但是你的匆忙或压力引发的that triggers something called the inflammatory response,炎症反应which is associated with everything from Alzheimers这些都与老年痴呆症和心血管疾病disease to cardiovascular disease.都有关系的。When you slow down for 15 minutes a day每天减缓行动15分钟you turn that inflammatory state这种炎症into a more anti-inflammatory state.就能变成一种反炎症状态。They have vocabulary for sense of purpose,冲绳人把这个目的感叫做ikigai, like the Okinawans.有意义的生活。You know the two most dangerous years in your life一个人一生中最危险的两年are the year youre born, because of infant mortality,一是出生的时候,因为婴儿死亡率高and the year you retire.另外就是退休的时候These people know their sense of purpose,这些人知道他们的生活目的感and they activate in their life, thats worth about seven years他们生活活跃,能有7年of extra life expectancy.的额外寿命。Theres no longevity diet.没有长寿食品Instead, these people drink a little bit every day,这些人每天就喝一点酒,not a hard sell to the American population.酒是不用强行卖给美国人的。They tend to eat a plant-based diet.他们常吃蔬菜食品Doesnt mean they dont eat meat, but lots of beans and nuts.不是说不吃肉但是吃很多豆类和坚果。And they have strategies to keep from overeating,他们有办法避免饮食过量,little things that nudge them away from the table at the right time.几乎没有什么能把他们推向餐桌。And then the foundation of all this is how they connect.这些的根本是他们如何联系。They put their families first,把家庭放在第一位,take care of their children and their aging parents.照顾孩子和年迈的父母。They all tend to belong to a faith-based community,他们的社区建立在诚信基础上,which is worth between four and 14这个能增加4到14年extra years of life expectancy的生命。if you do it four times a month.当然,你一月至少要做四次才可以。And the biggest thing here这里最重要的事情是is they also belong to the right tribe.他们属于一个正义的群体。They were either born into他们或者生在正义之家or they proactively surrounded themselves with the right people.或者是主动和正义之士呆在一起。We know from the Framingham studies,从弗雷明翰研究中我们得知that if your three best friends are obese如果你有三个好朋友都肥胖there is a 50 percent better chance that youll be overweight.你也有一半肥胖的可能。So, if you hang out with unhealthy people,所以如果你和不健康的人在一起thats going to have a measurable impact over time.随时间推移会受到很大影响。Instead, if your friends idea of recreation如果你朋友的主意is physical activity, bowling, or playing hockey,是体力活动,打保龄球或打曲棍球biking or gardening,自行车或园艺工作,if your friends drink a little, but not too much,他们饮酒适量and they eat right, and theyre engaged, and theyre trusting and trustworthy,饮食适度,他们投入工作值得信任,that is going to have the biggest impact over time.最后就会对你产生最大影响。Diets dont work. No diet in the history of the world食物没有什么用,历史上没有一种食物has ever worked for more than two percent of the population.能养活2%的人口。Exercise programs usually start in January;练习项目通常在一月开始theyre usually done by October.十月结束。When it comes to longevity至于长寿,there is no short term fix没有药片或其他什么东西in a pill or anything else.能在短期内奏效。But when you think about it,但当你想到your friends are long-term adventures,你的朋友是长期的冒险活动时,and therefore, perhaps the most significant thing you can do因此,它是你为增加寿命和让生命生机勃勃能够做的最重要to add more years to your life,的事情and life to your years. Thank you very much.谢谢201507/386874武汉/都市医院怎么样

黄冈黄州县妇产科医院哪家好Thank you, Katie – and thank you to President Faust, the Fellows of Harvard College, the Board of Overseers, and all the faculty, alumni, and students who have welcomed me back to campus.I’m excited to be here, not only to address the distinguished graduates and alumni at Harvard University’s 363rd commencement but to stand in the exact spot where Oprah stood last year. OMG.Let me begin with the most important order of business: Let’s have a big round of applause for the Class of 2014! They’ve earned it!As excited as the graduates are, they are probably even more exhausted after the past few weeks. And parents: I’m not referring to their final exams. I’m talking about the Senior Olympics, the Last Chance Dance, and the Booze Cruise – I mean, the moonlight cruise.The entire year has been exciting on campus: Harvard beat Yale for the seventh straight time in football. The men’s basketball team went to the second round of the NCAA tournament for the second straight year. And the Men’s Squash team won national championship.Who’d a thunk it: Harvard, an athletic powerhouse! Pretty soon they’ll be asking whether you have academics to go along with your athletic programs.My personal connection to Harvard began in 1964, when I graduated from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and matriculated here at the B-School.You’re probably asking: How did I ever get into Harvard Business School, given my stellar academic record, where I always made the top half of the class possible? I have no idea. And the only people more surprised than me were my professors.Anyway, here I am again back in Cambridge. And I have noticed that a few things have changed since I was a student here. Elsie’s – a sandwich spot I used to love near the Square – is now a burrito shop. The Wursthaus – which had great beer and sausage – is now an artisanal gastro-pub, whatever the heck that is. And the old Holyoke Center is now named the Smith Campus Center.Don’t you just hate it when alumni put their names all over everything? I was thinking about that this morning as I walked into the Bloomberg Center on the Harvard Business School campus across the river.But the good news is, Harvard remains what it was when I first arrived on campus 50 years ago: America’s most prestigious university. And, like other great universities, it lies at the heart of the American experiment in democracy.Their purpose is not only to advance knowledge, but to advance the ideals of our nation. Great universities are places where people of all backgrounds, holding all beliefs, pursuing all questions, can come to study and debate their ideas – freely and openly.Today, I’d like to talk with you about how important it is for that freedom to exist for everyone, no matter how strongly we may disagree with another’s viewpoint.Tolerance for other people’s ideas, and the freedom to express your own, are inseparable values at great universities. Joined together, they form a sacred trust that holds the basis of our democratic society.But that trust is perpetually vulnerable to the tyrannical tendencies of monarchs, mobs, and majorities. And lately, we have seen those tendencies manifest themselves too often, both on college campuses and in our society.That’s the bad news – and unfortunately, I think both Harvard, and my own city of New York, have been witnesses to this trend.First, for New York City. Several years ago, as you may remember, some people tried to stop the development of a mosque a few blocks from the World Trade Center site.It was an emotional issue, and polls showed that two-thirds of Americans were against a mosque being built there. Even the Anti-Defamation League – widely regarded as the country’s most ardent defender of religious freedom – declared its opposition to the project.The opponents held rallies and demonstrations. They denounced the developers. And they demanded that city government stop its construction. That was their right – and we protected their right to protest. But they could not have been more wrong. And we refused to cave in to their demands.The idea that government would single out a particular religion, and block its believers – and only its believers – from building a house of worship in a particular area is diametrically opposed to the moral principles that gave rise to our great nation and the constitutional protections that have sustained it.Our union of 50 states rests on the union of two values: freedom and tolerance. And it is that union of values that the terrorists who attacked us on September 11th, 2001 – and on April 15th, 2013 – found most threatening.To them, we were a God-less country.But in fact, there is no country that protects the core of every faith and philosophy known to human kind – free will – more than the ed States of America. That protection, however, rests upon our constant vigilance.We like to think that the principle of separation of church and state is settled. It is not. And it never will be. It is up to us to guard it fiercely – and to ensure that equality under the law means equality under the law for everyone.201503/365551黄石市中心医院怎么样 Thank you, everybody. (Applause.) All right. Well, thanks to myfriend, Lilly Ledbetter, not only for that introduction but for fighting for asimple principle: Equal pay for equalwork. It’s not that complicated. And, Lilly, I assure you, you remain the faceof fair pay. (Laughter.) People don’t want my mug on there. (Laughter.) They want your face. As Lilly mentioned, she did notset out to be a trailblazer. She was just somebody who was waking up every day,going to work, doing her job the best that she could. And then one day, she finds out, after years,that she earned less than her male colleagues for doing the same job. I want to make that point again. (Laughter.) Doing the same job. Sometimeswhen you -- when we discuss this issue of fair pay, equal pay for equal work,and the pay gap between men and women, you’ll hear all sorts of excuses about,well, they’re child-bearing, and they’re choosing to do this, and they’re thisand they’re that and the other. She wasdoing the same job -- probably doing better. (Laughter and applause.) Samejob. Working just as hard, probablyputting in more hours. But she wasgetting systematically paid less. And so she set out to make surethis country lived up to its founding, the idea that all of us are createdequal. And when the courts didn’t answerher call, Congress did. The first time Lilly and I stoodtogether in this room was my tenth day in office, and that’s when we signed theLilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. (Applause.) First bill I signedinto law. And some of the leaders whohelped make that happen are here today, including Leader Pelosi and SenatorMikulski and Congresswoman DeLauro. (Applause.) I want to thank allthe members of Congress and all the state legislators who are here and all the advocates who are here, becauseyou all contributed to that effort. AndI want to give a special thanks to the members of the National Equal Pay TaskForce, who’ve done outstanding work to make workplaces across America morefair.We’re here because today is EqualPay Day. (Applause.) Equal Pay Day. And it’s nice to have a day, but it’s evenbetter to have equal pay. (Applause.) And our job is notfinished yet. Equal Pay Day means that a woman has to work about this far into2014 to earn what a man earned in 2013. Think about that. A woman has gotto work about three more months in order to get what a man got because she’spaid less. That’s not fair. That’s like adding an extra six miles to amarathon. (Laughter.) It’s not right.AUDIENCE MEMBER: Ain’t right.THE PRESIDENT: Ain’t right. (Laughter.) It’s not right and itain’t right. (Laughter.) America should be a level playingfield, a fair race for everybody -- a place where anybody who’s willing to workhard has a chance to get ahead. Andrestoring that opportunity for every American -- men and women -- has to be adriving focus for our country. Now, the good news is today oureconomy is growing; businesses have created almost 9 million new jobs over thepast four years. More than 7 millionAmericans have signed up for health care coverage under the Affordable CareAct. (Applause.)That’s a good thing, too. I know it’s Equal Pay Day and not ObamacareDay -- (laughter) -- but I do want to point out that the Affordable Care Actguarantees free preventive care, like mammograms and contraceptive care, fortens of millions of women, and ends the days when you could be charged morejust for being a woman when it comes to your health insurance. (Applause.) And that’s true for everybody. (Applause.) That’s just one moreplace where things were not fair. We’ll talk about drycleanersnext, right -- (laughter) -- because I know that -- I don’t know why it costsmore for Michelle’s blouse than my shirt. (Laughter.) But we’ve got to make sure thatAmerica works for everybody. Anybody who is willing to work hard, they shouldbe able to get ahead. And we’ve got tobuild an economy that works for everybody, not just those at the top. Restoring opportunity for all has to be ourpriority. That’s what America isabout. It doesn’t matter where youstarted off, what you look like -- you work hard, you take responsibility, youmake the effort, you should be able to get ahead. And we’ve got to fight for anopportunity agenda, which means more good jobs that pay good wages, andtraining Americans to make sure that they can fill those jobs, and guaranteeingevery child a world-class education, and making sure the economy rewards hardwork for every single American. And part of that is fighting forfair pay for women -- because when women succeed, America succeeds. (Applause.) When women succeed, America succeeds. It’s true. I believe that. (Applause.) It’s true. It’s true. It’s true. Now, here’s the challenge: Today, the average full-time working womanearns just 77 cents for every dollar a man earns; for African American women,Latinas, it’s even less. And in 2014,that’s an embarrassment. It iswrong. And this is not just an issue offairness. It’s also a family issue andan economic issue, because women make up about half of our workforce and they’reincreasingly the bwinners for a whole lot of families out there. So when they make less money, it means lessmoney for gas, less money for groceries, less money for child care, less moneyfor college tuition, less money is going into retirement savings. And it’s all bad for business,because our economy depends on customers out there, and when customers haveless money, when hardworking women don’t have the resources, that’s aproblem. When businesses lose terrificwomen talent because they’re fed up with unfair policies, that’s bad forbusiness. They lose out on thecontributions that those women could be making. When any of our citizens can’t fulfill their potential for reasons thathave nothing to do with their talent or their character or their work ethic, we’renot living up to our founding values. Wedon’t have second-class citizens in this country -- and certainly not in theworkplace.201502/359567咸宁市中心医院做孕检多少钱

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